Elim Chapel Students Ministry

Our Students Ministry


Join OASIS Youth every Friday from 6 PM to 8 PM for an incredible evening of fun, fellowship, and spiritual growth.

At Oasis, you’ll experience:

  • Games: Get ready for exciting games.
  • Worship: Lift your spirits through powerful worship sessions that connect you with your faith and peers.
  • Teaching: Engage in thought-provoking teaching that addresses relevant issues and strengthens your spiritual foundation.
  • Small Groups: Connect on a deeper level through small group discussions that foster meaningful relationships.

OASIS is the place to be for an amazing Friday night filled with fellowship and faith. Join us and discover a vibrant community that supports your journey through middle and high school.

See you this Friday at 6 PM! Don’t miss out on the Oasis experience!

Note: Oasis is open to all students in grades 6-12.


The Bible is full of things that seem almost “beyond belief.” Sometimes that’s because the stories we read on its pages are miraculous — especially the story of Exodus. Like, did God really split a whole sea in half, speak to Moses from a burning bush, or rescue all those people from enslavement? Other times, the Bible says things that sound a little too good to be true — like, is God really as loving, kind, patient, or powerful as Scripture says? And can God really use each of us to do big things in the world? In this four-week series from the book of Exodus, we’ll explore what the story of Moses and the Israelites can help us discover about doubt and belief. We’ll talk about how, when you doubt yourself, God can still use you. And we’ll see how, when you doubt God, it’s okay to ask questions because God still offers guidance and always takes care of you.


It seems like everyone is sending thoughts and prayers nowadays, doesn’t it? That is great and all, but if we’re being honest, prayer can sometimes feel complicated, can’t it? Have you ever wondered if you’re getting it right or wrong? Is there a right and wrong way to pray? In this devotional, we’ll discover the power of honesty and authenticity when it comes to our personal experience of prayer.


It’s easy to forget who God really is sometimes, and even easier to forget who we really are, too! But every year at Easter, we get the chance to look back to what God did thousands of years ago to remind us not only who He really is, but who we really are because of Him. Loved, important, forgiven—Jesus’ death and resurrection showed us we’re all that and more.

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